Fantastic opportunity for a Senior Architectural Technologist / Architect with 10 – 15 years’ experience to join one of Ireland’s leading multidisciplinary consultancies based in Dublin.
This firm offers excellent career development, award winning projects and a fantastic remuneration package. This role will suit an experienced Architectural Technologist OR a Registered Architect with strong technical knowledge and understanding, who can take data centre projects through to completion on site. The ideal architectural professional will have a proven track record in the Irish market and who is now keen to take the next step in their career.
In addition to several data centre projects, they also have a range of a range of prestigious commercial projects, educational, leisure, mixed-use and residential developments across Ireland.
- Degree in Architectural Technology OR a Registered Architect with strong technical skills
- At least 10 – 15 years’ post-graduate experience on medium and largescale projects
- Previous experience working on data centres is essential to be considered
- Proven experience taking projects from inception through to completion
- Excellent communication and organisation skills
- Full proficiency in Revit is essential and knowledge of AutoCAD desired
- Must be eligible to work in Ireland.
- Excellent salary circa €60,000 – €70,000 +- commensurate with the candidate’s skills and experience
- Benefits package valued at 10% – 15%
- Car allowance
- Healthcare – full cover
- Pension – employer contributes 6%
- 25 days leave & facility to purchase more leave
- Modern offices & good social club
- Expenses, mobile phone and laptop
- Paid membership fees for one professional institute
- Ongoing accredited CPD Programme
If you are a Senior Architectural Technologist / Architect looking for your next career move please send your cv or call Deborah Byrne for a confidential discussion. We will not send your cv to any client without your permission. GPC is a specialist construction recruitment consultancy based in Dublin.